MOSCOW, August 17. /Basereporter.com/. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may hold a separate meeting in Tehran in early September. About it writes on Friday the newspaper “Izvestia” with reference to press Secretary of Russian President Dmitry Peskov.
“In the framework of the September summit, Russia, Turkey and Iran in Tehran held separate talks with presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan” – leads edition of the words of Peskov.
Thus, according to him, the summit of heads of the Russian Federation, Turkey, Germany and France in Istanbul will not take place. This information was confirmed in the administration of the Turkish President and foreign Minister of the country. Earlier it was reported that the date of the meeting of the leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran discussed.
22 November 2017, the presidents of Russia, Iran and Turkey, Vladimir Putin, Hassan Rouhani and Erdogan had a meeting, which announced significant progress in the joint fight against terrorism in Syria and the beginning of qualitatively new stage in the settlement of the crisis in this country. The next step was the Congress of the Syrian national dialogue in Sochi on 30 January, which gathered more than 1,5 thousand delegates representing all segments of Syrian society. The participants adopted the decision about creation of the constitutional Council, and the formation of the Constitutional Commission.
On 4 April, the summit on the Syrian settlement the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran held in Ankara. According to its results, the parties adopted a joint statement in which they expressed their intention to continue this work at the highest level. The next summit in this format was planned in Tehran.